Serenade of the Seas is the third member of Royal Caribbean’s Radiance class and her innovative and sleek design makes her one of the fastest, most comfortable cruise ships around. One of her main features is her expansive glass walls, which provide incredible ocean views no matter where on the ship you may be. She has a guest capacity of 2,501, a length of 962ft and a gross tonnage of 90,090. Her maiden voyage was 1st August 2003 and she cruises to a speed of 25knots/28mph
Serenade Of The SeasOn the Serenade of the Seas 13 decks you will find plenty of activities, entertainment and dining venues. Amongst her novel features are a 10-storey glass Centrum, glass elevators facing the sea, a rock-climbing wall and the highest percentage of outside staterooms in the Royal Caribbean fleet. So isn’t it about time you set sail on this incredible ship?
There are plenty of dining options for the whole family to choose from. The main dining room, named Reflections, is two decks high, with the upper deck boasting floor-to-ceiling windows so you can take in the views whilst you enjoy a delicious dinner. Illusions and Mirage are two very intimate dining rooms serving up exquisite dishes, so make sure you book early to secure a table. For something a little less formal you can choose from Windjammer Café, home to a buffet-style eatery and Pizzeria, where you can devour a tasty pizza prepared by expert chefs. For specialised restaurants, you can choose from Portofino the on-board Italian luxury restaurant or Chops Grille for steak and seafood. Alternatively, the Sea View Café is perfect for a tempting plate of good old fashioned fish and chips.
Serenade of the Seas has a whole range of activities to keep you entertained all day long. There are various swimming pools on-board, including a large family pool and two whirlpools, or if you fancy soaking up the sun then there is plenty of deck space available. The rock-climbing wall is perfect for those who enjoy a challenge and there is also a golf simulator and miniature golf course. For those who like to keep fit then the on-board fitness centre is the perfect place to do so, boasting a collection treadmills, exercise bikes, weights, aerobics rooms and more. Serenade of the Seas also has a jogging track and a sports court where you can play games such as tennis and basketball.
The entertainment in store for you once you board Serenade of the Seas is outstanding, and with so many venues to choose from, your evenings are set to be incredibly enjoyable. The Tropical Theatre offers a range of big production shows, live music and comedians. If you fancy catching the latest film, then head to the on-board cinema. The Viking Crown Lounge offer for stunning views and boasts a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Dance the night away in Crown & Anchor Dancing Lounge and Vortex Nightclub, or if you prefer having a relaxing drink in a more refined atmosphere then the Champagne Bar, Schooner Bar and Solarium Bar are ideal for you. For anyone who fancies a thrilling game of chance, the casino is the perfect place to do just that, with plenty of slot machines, poker, roulette and black jack tables to keep you gambling all night long.
Whether you want to indulge in a massage or opt for a facial treatment, it’s all possible in the sumptuous spa aboard the Serenade of the Seas. You will even find comfy sofas in the library, which make it the perfect place to get lost in a great book for a few hours.
There are plenty of things for the kids to sink their teeth into on-board Serenade of the Seas. The Kids Avenue Adventure Ocean is a designated area on the ship, specifically designed with the children in mind, offering age specific programmes and facilities for kids aged 3-17. Teens will love the on-board arcade and thoroughly enjoy their own teen disco and living room area. There are also plenty of things for the younger cruisers to do, including air karaoke, the museum of Gaming, jewellery making, scrapbooking and the Science Lab. There is even a dedicated babysitting service, just in case you fancy a night to yourself.